If you didn't finish a Referral Campaign during Season 10, don't worry—all progress will carry over to the new Season. So grab your Referral link, show your friends the excitement of tank-on-tank combat, and start working towards bonds, days of WoT Premium Account, customizations, Premium vehicles, and more!
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In the Referral Program, Commanders and Recruits receive corresponding rewards for completing each of the six stages of the Referral Campaign. The first five stages provide set rewards, while the final stage offers either five Premium vehicles or a choice of credits. This vehicle pool will remain unchanged for future Seasons of the Referral Program.
|A Tier VIII Premium vehicle of the player’s choice from the following list:
|A Tier VI–VII Premium vehicle of the player's choice from the following list:
|VIII T-54 first prototype
|VI Škoda T 40
|VI Tiger 131
|VIII VK 168.01 (P) or 3,400,000
|VII VK 45.03 or 1,900,000
Commanders and Recruits will receive different rewards for the first five stages, as well as different tiers of Premium vehicles, with rewards providing a greater benefit to the player. Whereas bonds are more useful for experienced players targeting better loot, days of WoT Premium Account can help newer players earn more credits and XP, helping them climb Tech Trees. Similarly, Recruits will find it easier to jump into Tier VI and VII Premium vehicles, whereas skilled Commanders will find Tier VIII vehicles more rewarding.
Referral Program Progression and Earning Points
For the Referral Program 2.0, every Contract between a Commander and their Recruits consists of six consecutive stages: the Referral Campaign. Commanders and Recruits must work together to earn 250 Referral Points to complete each stage. A total of 1,500 Referral Points is required to complete a Referral Campaign. Both players will receive their corresponding rewards for completing each stage, as well as the main reward for completing all six stages.
Commanders and Recruits receive Referral Points for certain actions performed in Random Battles. The different ways of earning Referral Points are all displayed in the in-game "How to Earn Points" interface.
Possible Ways of Earning Referral Points:
- Causing damage (including damage by assistance) that exceeds your vehicle's own HP—only available for Recruits
- Victory—only available for Recruits
- Earning awards and medals from a select list—only available for Recruits
- Causing a certain amount of damage for playing in a Recruit-Commander Platoon
Conditions for Earning Referral Points:
- The Recruit and Commander must rank in the top 12 on their team by base XP earned, whether in a Recruit-Commander Platoon or in a solo Recruit mission.
- Playing in a Platoon and completing the special missions available to the Recruit will double the Points earned.
You can earn 10 Referral Points per battle for obtaining medals in a single game.
Hit more enemy vehicles than any other player on your team (at least six), which are subsequently destroyed by another player.
Destroy a higher-tier enemy vehicle by ramming it. You can only earn this achievement once per battle.
Be the first to detect nine or more enemy vehicles.
Reduce the number of enemy capture points on a friendly base by 70+.
Awarded to players who cause the highest amount of damage during the battle. The damage caused should be at least 20% of the enemy team’s total HP and at least 1,000 HP.
Destroy at least two enemy vehicles that caused damage to your vehicle during the battle. Damage to modules is included, but ricochets and non-penetrating hits are not.
Awarded for helping the team damage at least six enemy vehicles by spotting them. The vehicles must be spotted only by you when they take damage.
Capture the maximum number of points from the enemy base (at least 80).
Awarded for destroying two enemy SPGs in one battle with a tank or tank destroyer.
Have the total amount of damage blocked by your armor exceed your vehicle’s HP, and survive the battle.
Awarded for destroying two or more enemy tanks or tank destroyers with a light tank. The targets must be at least one tier higher than the player's tank.
Hand of God
Survive and win the battle, despite receiving damage from at least four different enemy vehicles. Only hits that cause damage count.
Destroy at least six enemy vehicles during the battle.
Destroy an enemy vehicle by setting it on fire. Players can only earn one award per battle. Available in Random Battles only.
Awarded for destroying two enemy tanks or tank destroyers with a medium tank. The targets must be at least one tier higher than the player's tank.
Receive more potential damage than any player on your team (at least 1,000 HP) and survive. Receive at least 11 hits.
Some Recruit missions can be performed independently, while others are only available while playing in a Platoon with the Commander, since Referral Points are shared in one common "piggy bank." Your progress will be faster in Platoon missions, because solo and Platoon tasks can be performed simultaneously. The Commander has no solo missions, but they can help their Recruits by playing together.
- The Commander only receives bonuses at the end of each Random Battle when playing in a Platoon with their Recruits.
- Bonuses for playing in a Platoon with Recruits: +50% to XP and +50% to credits.
- The Commander does not receive referral bonuses for playing solo.
- The Recruit receives bonuses at the end of each Random Battle, both when playing solo and in a Platoon with their Commander.
- For playing solo: +50% to XP and +50% to credits.
- For playing in a Platoon with their Commander: +100% to XP and +100% to credits.
Daily Referral Points Limit
It is not possible to earn more than 100 Referral Points per day. This step has been taken to avoid situations in which some players enter a battle and simply do nothing, thereby spoiling the game for other players.